The Culligan Commitment

We’ve been the global leader in providing cleaner, safer water since 1936. With more than 140 million customers served around the world, we remain committed to developing industry-leading technology with unparalleled, personalized service.

Fell good about your decison with Culligan water. Stay hydrated, keep your household appliances healthy and know your making a great decision. Call our team today to get you moving in the right direction. 780.791.0856 Culligan of Fort McMurray

Not all water is created equally.

  Not all water is created equal, and neither are your water problems.   Notice any of the problems below? Find out what’s going on with your water, starting with a free in-home water test and consultation from your local Culligan experts.  
    If you have this symptom or condition,
you should test for …            
Corrosion of pipes = Corrosion, pH, lead            
Stained plumbing fixtures = Iron, copper, manganese            
White, chalky residue or soaps that don’t lather = Hard water            
Recurring gastrointestinal illness = Coliform bacteria            
Household plumbing containing lead = pH, lead, copper            
Gasoline odor = Volatile organic compounds            
Salty taste = Chloride, TDS, sodium            
Unpleasant taste or smell = Hydrogen sulfide,corrosion, nuisance bacteria    
 With such a wide array of factors that can impact your water, figuring out the right solution can feel overwhelming – but Culligan’s got you covered. From your free consultation through system installation and maintenance, we’re here for you every step of the way.
Ready to tap into cleaner, safer water? Schedule your consultation today. Call our Culligan team of Fort McMurray at 780-791-0856.

World Water Day

How well do you know your water?
  01   True or false? Hydration improves immunity.     Product 2 image  
02   True or false? Single-serve bottled water can’t contain contaminants.     Product 2 image    
03   True or false? Drinking water increases water retention.     Product 2 image    
04   True or false? Dehydration decreases mental function.     Product 2 image    
05   True or false? Sparkling water aids in digestion.     Product 2 image    

Hot tub Drain and fill services

Love your Bullfrog Spa but dread the maintenance routine?💧 We’ve got you covered with our Drain and Fill service! We come to your home, drain your hot tub efficiently, and refill it with warm water for just $150+GST.

✔️No accidental ice rink or damaged grass in your yard

✔️Stay cozy indoors while we do the work

✔️Your spa heats up quicker, reducing strain on the heater and pumps

✔️Efficient heating means more savings for you!

📍 Keep your spa experience effortless and enjoyable. Visit us at 215 Mackay Crescent or call 📞(780) 791-0856 Culligan Fort Murray to schedule your service!


Fun facts about coffee?

15 Coffee Facts to Liven Up Your Day | Nescafé | MENA
  • Coffee goes back a really long way. 800AD
  • Coffee is indeed a fruit. The beans grow on bushes.
  • Who loved coffee? Beethoven loved coffee. He had to have 60 beans per cup in each cup of coffee.
  • What country grows the most coffee? Brazil grows the most coffee in the world.
  • What country drinks the most coffee? Finland
  • Coffee wasn’t always for drinking. Back in the day they would grind the berries and add it to the meat or fat and then eat it.
  • There are two different types of coffee bean. Arabica and Robusta
  • Who can get you an Office coffee break room? Culligan Fort McMurray!

Culligan of Fort McMurray carries a variety of Coffee Brands and flavors to create a great tasting break room. Need a break room coffee machine? Culliganfm also carries Bean to cup machines, Touchless coffee machines and K cup machines. Talk to our team today (780.791.0856) and let them help set up your Office break room.

Pet Hydration

Humans are not the only ones in the house hold that need water. Water also plays an active part in a pets life. Water helps to regulate a pets temperature, it helps with their congnitive functions, lubricates their joints and helps with their brain and spine. So in a pets world, they need water to live. Give them the hydration gift of great tasting Culligan RO water, so you can rest assured that they are drinking water and statying healthy. Call us today, 780.791.0856, and chat with one of our Culligan of Fort McMurray water experts on whcih RO system is right for your household.

LOVE Water!

Keep treating your body with LOVE this month. Give yourself the love with whole-body wellness on every level with a watersoftner. Removing hardness from water prevents residue buildup, leaving your hair feeling lighter & cleaner and your skin feeling softer after every shower. Water helps hydrate your body giving you the proper fuel for the day. Give yourself some self love not just today but every day with Culligan of Fort McMurray Water services. give us a call 780.791.0856

Fuel for your Body

The key to whole-body wellness starts with better water
Keep up with your resolution of whole-body wellness and give your body some extra love on every level with soft water. Removing hardness from water prevents residue buildup, leaving your hair feeling lighter & cleaner and your skin feeling softer after every shower.

Want to find out how much better your water can be? Start with our Culligafm free water test and consultation.

Ready for softer, shinier hair?

All the hair-care products in the world won’t matter if you’re still washing your hair with hard water. And in the current economy – where a salon visit may feel like more of an indulgence than a necessity – bringing soft water to your home can help you keep up with your salon-quality haircare.

 Did you know …
 Hard water is not good for your hair. The high levels of magnesium and calcium cause mineral buildup that can make hair dry, dull and brittle.
 Your scalp will likely suffer, too. Hard water doesn’t play nice with the natural oils in your scalp, which can cause dryness and itchiness.
 Washing away the problem won’t work, either. The residue hard water leaves on your hair gets in the way of your ability to clean it – and hard water reduces the ability of soaps and shampoos to work up a good lather.

Fortunately, your local Culligan Water® experts are here to help! We’ll test your water’s hardness and recommend a softening system that’s perfect for you and your family. Get started by scheduling your free, in-home water quality test and consultation today and give yourself one more reason to be thankful this season.

14 easy ways to drink more water every day!

You probably know that water contributes to wellness in important ways, which is why it’s so important to keep an eye on your water intake. However, staying hydrated is sometimes easier said than done — especially if your days are packed with work, childcare and other big responsibilities.

The good news is that there are some simple ways to bump up your water intake, including:

  • Carrying a reusable water bottle
  • Replacing sugary drinks
  • Making healthy DIY flavoring
  • Drinking with meals
  • Setting simple goals

Ready to increase your water consumption? Get started with these fun and simple tips.

14 Ways to Drink More Water

Sometimes, all you need is one good idea to start working water into your busy schedule. Try these simple hydration hacks:

#1: Choose Reusable Water Bottles You Love

reusable water bottle made of glass or stainless steel is a great way to bring water with you on the go. Make sure you choose a fun design — one that will help you remember to keep your bottle close at all times.

#2: Replace Sugary Drinks

Replace one sugary drink with plain water per day. That way, you can work toward your hydration goal without having to say goodbye to your favorite beverages all at once.

#3: Drink Throughout the Day

Remind yourself to drink throughout the day. Try keeping your reusable water bottle within reach while you work, clean the house or play with pets or kids.

#4: Put Water in the Fridge

Did you know that it’s easier for your body to absorb cool water than room-temperature water? Put your reusable water bottle or a pitcher in the fridge so you always have a nice cold drink to look forward to.

#5: Make Your Own Healthy Flavoring

If you’re a fan of sugary drinks but don’t want all the extra calories, there’s good news: You can make your own healthy flavoring. There are plenty of fruit water infusion recipes, including watermelon, mint, pineapple and even jalapeño, so don’t be afraid to get creative.

#6: Set Drinking Water Alarms

You probably have your phone or computer with you all the time, which means they’re the perfect tools to help you increase your water intake. Just set alarms throughout the day to remind yourself to drink water — and for better results, place your phone across the room so you have to get up to turn off the alarm (and grab a drink while you’re at it).

#7: Create a Routine

Sometimes, it’s easier to remember a task once you’ve associated it with an everyday routine. Try drinking water every time you answer an email or phone call, let the dog outside or check social media.

#8: Drink With Meals

Water helps break down your food and can aid digestion, so it’s smart to grab your reusable water bottle every time you sit down to eat.

#9: Start a Hydration Challenge

Want to make proper hydration more fun? Try making it into a challenge with your family, friends or coworkers. Choose a period of time — like one day or week — where everyone keeps track of their water intake. Once the time is up, the person who drank the most water could get a prize like a new reusable water bottle.

#10: Drink When You Exercise

Remember your body loses fluid through sweat, so it’s important to drink plenty of water before, during and after exercise. That’s especially true if you’re outside in hot or humid weather. Keep in mind that regular water is often a better choice than sports drinks, vitamin water or anything with added sugar.

#11: Drink Before You Get Thirsty

Because some people might not get thirsty until they’re already dehydrated, you shouldn’t wait until you’re feeling parched. Instead, find other ways to remind yourself to keep drinking water.

#12: Know Your Dehydration Risks

Different people have different hydration needs, but they also have different dehydration risks. For example, your body might need extra water to process certain medications, so keep track of your needs and contact your doctor with any questions.

#13: Set Simple Goals

Create simple goals for yourself — like drinking a set amount before your lunch break or refilling your reusable water bottle a certain number of times. This will help you get into the habit of hydration without stressing out about your progress.

#14: Find What Works

Don’t worry if some of these hydration hacks just don’t work for you. It’s important to find ideas that click with your habits and preferences; that way, you’ll actually keep up with your new goals or solutions instead of getting bored after a few weeks.

Learn More About Proper Hydration

Good information is the foundation for even better habits. Brush up on these important facts about hydration:

Why is Fluid Intake Important?

Water is so vital that it’s considered one of six essential nutrients, along with fat, carbohydrates, protein, vitamins and minerals. Here are just a few of the most crucial things water helps your body do:

  • Regulate temperature
  • Lubricate joints
  • Boost immune strength
  • Digest food
  • Remove waste products from the kidneys
  • Improve sleep
  • Manage mood

What Should You Know About Dehydration?

If you lose more fluid than you take in, the result is dehydration. Symptoms of dehydration can include thirst, fatigue, dizziness and confusion, depending on the severity of your condition; even as little as 2% fluid loss can impact brain function.

Anyone can get dehydrated, especially if you’ve been sick for a while or are exercising in hot weather, but the risk is higher in young children and older adults.

How Much Water Do You Need?

Different people have different daily water intake requirements. For example, you need to drink more when exercising or working outside, because activities like these will make you sweat and lose more fluid.

However, if you’re wondering how much water to drink in a day, there’s a simple guideline to follow: about 11.5 cups (91 ounces) for women and 15.5 cups (125 ounces) for men.

Start Your Hydration Journey Today

It’s not always easy to stay hydrated. However, when you know what your body needs, you can start making plans to get more water during the day — and it all starts with improving your tap water quality. From there, you can choose filtration solutions, reusable water bottles and other hydration hacks to help you make drinking water a healthy habit.

Are you ready to drink more water? Take the first step by scheduling your free water test and consultation today with Culligan of Fort McMurray, 780.791.0856